Evolution of the Universe: Large-scale Structure and Galaxy Formation
- Publication date
- National Center for Supercomputing Applications
Cosmological Adaptive Mesh Refinement Simulation: Michael Norman, Brian O'Shea and Greg Bryan, Grand Challenge Cosmology Consortium (GC3)
- Contact Information
- firstname.lastname@example.org<BR>virdir.ncsa.uiuc.edu/virdir/virdir.html<BR>605 East Springfield<BR><BR>Champaign, IL 61820<BR>United States<BR>217 244 2005<BR>Fax: 217 244 2909
- 2002-07-24 00:00:00
- Donna Cox, Stuart Levy, Robert Patterson
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Subject: Slightly Interesting
Subject: Ugly and a lie
That people actually like / believe this fairy tale is frightening.
Subject: It's interesting.... and they got it right.
Subject: More great stuff
Subject: Beautiful but way too short
Subject: Nice Computer Graphics...
Keath i have no idea what you're talking about in your review. what does expansion have to do with a hot universe? and what does single star formation have to do with the large scale structure of the universe? and note: there is no "wrong way" in space when refering to planetary rotation and orbits.
this animation is pretty darn sweet but not long enough!
Subject: Good Graphics
If the universe did expand for 15 billion years, that would make even the hundred years a pretty crowded & hot place, life on planets would be un unhabitable not to mention the atmosphere levels would be off.
No one has seen or witnessed a birth of a star, they assume that that is the case because it is in a whirling pattern thuss it had to come into an explosion some time, how would that explain that some of the planets are rotating the wrong way?
Anyway's besides that, its a pretty neat animation.
Subject: great but you don,t get to see it
Subject: Teasing taste of a magnificent looking animation.
The section of animation is just too short.
Subject: Not much to be seen
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